UK games industry making a big presence at GDC 2017
Published in Games


Tax breaks and free workshops for aspiring startups boost competitiveness


This year’s Game Developer’s Conference is expected to witness an increase in presence from the UK games industry as publishers in that region continue to attract talented developers, artists, producers and designers shaping the future of video game and VR development.

Sony unveils its flagship Xperia XZ smartphones
Published in Mobiles


The Xperia XZ Premium and Xperia XZs

Sony has unveiled its two new flagship Xperia XZ series smartphones, including the Xperia XZ Premium which is the first smartphone with 4K/HDR, powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 SoC.

AMD limits Nvidia SLI to X370 chipset motherboards
Published in Motherboards


Crossfire works on B350 as well

According to latest detailed specifications of the upcoming AMD socket AM4 motherboards, it appears that only the high-end X370 chipset will actually support Nvidia SLI while the Crossfire will also be available on mid-range B350 chipset motherboards.

Mass Effect: Andromeda gets PC system requirements
Published in Games


Launching on March 21st

EA and Bioware have released official PC system requirements for its upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda game that has gone gold and will be launching on March 21st.

$4 Indian smartphone is not happening
Published in Mobiles


Freedom phone boss arrested

When the Freedom 251 smartphone was touted with a $4 price tag there were a large number of people who said it will never happen.

Toshiba about to release 1TB flash chip
Published in News


Has begun to sample


Troubled Japanese chipmaker Toshiba has begun shipping samples of its third-generation 3D NAND memory product.

ZeniMax files injunction to stop Oculus
Published in Wearables


Stop using our stolen tech


The parent company of Fallout and Skyrim developer Bethesda, ZeniMax has filed for an injunction against Oculus over the recent stolen technology case.

Gore dumps half his Apple stock
Published in News


Inconvenient truth

It is starting to look like Apple board member Al Gore has had to face the inconvenient truth that the fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult is doomed to go the way of the polar bear.

US Garmin engineers gunned down for being foreigners
Published in News


“Get out of my country”


A Kansas man was charged today after the fatal shooting of a German Garmin engineer and wounding of two others at a bar

Videogame makers join in battle against repairs
Published in News


We will keep our monopolies thanks, competition is evil


Videogame makers are joining other technology companies in what must be the obscenest use of Silicon Valley’s lobby power.